Korean coaches dominate the 2022 AFF ASEAN Football Championship, the ‘World Cup in Southeast Asia’ that has been steadily loved through SBS Sports.
The interest of Korean soccer fans also peaked as the countries led by Park Hang-seo, Shin Tae-yong, and Kim Pan-gon all advanced to the semifinals. All matches in the semi-finals and finals will be broadcast live on SBS Sports.
On the 6th at 6:15 pm, head-to-head head-to-head coach Park Hang-seo and head coach Shin Tae-yong, the first leg of the semi-finals between Vietnam and Indonesia, will be broadcast live.
Senior and junior leaders, Park Hang-seo and Shin Tae-yong, are the protagonists of the ‘K-coach craze’ that hit Southeast Asian football.
In the 2018 AFF competition (then called the ‘Suzuki Cup’), coach Park Hang-seo led the underdog Vietnam to victory, drawing attention not only in Vietnam but also in Korea, close to a syndrome. After that, when coach Shin Tae-yong took the helm of the Indonesian national team, Korean leaders’ advance into Southeast Asia gained more momentum. 메이저사이트
Coach Park Hang-seo, who became a national hero in Vietnam by winning the 2018 tournament, ends his five-year leadership career in Vietnam and puts down the baton of the Vietnamese national team at the end of this 2022 AFF tournament. Unfortunately, on the way to the final championship, he clashed with his junior Shin Tae-yong, and Korean fans are also paying attention to the bench match between the two.
The sensation of head coach Kim Pan-gon, who led Malaysia and became one of the greatest football players in Southeast Asia, also emerged as a major issue in the tournament. Malaysia, which has been strong in tradition but has not shown a presence on the Southeast Asian stage for a long time, is creating a sensation by advancing to the Asian Cup finals 43 years after the appointment of coach Kim Pan-gon.
In the semi-finals, coach Kim Pan-gon will face Thailand, who is considered the favorite to win. The first leg of the semi-final between Malaysia and Thailand will be broadcast live on SBS Sports from 9:15 pm on the 7th (Sat).
The semi-final and final matches, in which three Korean coaches took the baton and competed in a fierce battle, will start on 1/6 (Fri) and continue until 1/16 (Mon). The semi-final and final matches will be played in a home & away format, with the first and second matches being matched, and all matches will be broadcast live through SBS Sports.